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Morton Estate White Label Marlborough Pinot Noir

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Morton Estate White Label Marlborough Pinot Noir

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Michael Cooper (2008 Vintage) says
The 2008 vintage has lightish, slightly developed colour. It's an easy-drinking red with plum, spice and herb flavours, fresh and smooth. Ready.
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Michael Cooper (2007 Vintage) says
The 2007 vintage has fullish, slightly developed colour, mouthfilling body and solid depth of plum, spice and herb flavours.
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Michael Cooper (2002 Vintage) says
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Michael Cooper (2001 Vintage) says
The 2001 vintage has the quality edge on its Hawke's Bay stablemate (above). Ruby-hued, it's a full-bodied wine with good depth of raspberry, plum and spice flavours and a firm backbone of tannin. It's worth cellaring to 2004.
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Michael Cooper (1997 Vintage) says
The debut 1996 vintage was grown in the company's Stone Creek Vineyard and matured for nine months in French oak barriques (20 per cent new). Ruby-hued, it's a soft wine with spicy, strawberryish, green-edged flavour, developing some mellow, gamey characters. Delicious now, the 1997 vintage is ruby-hued, with some mature, savoury notes on the nose. It's not highly concentrated, but fruity, cherryish and supple, with ripe fruit characters and some complexity. Drink 1999-2000.
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Michael Cooper (1996 Vintage) says
The immediately appealing debut 1996 vintage was grown in the company's Stone Creek Vineyard and matured for nine months in French oak barriques (20 per cent new). Ruby-hued, it's a savoury, supple wine with good depth of spicy, strawberryish flavour. Drink 1997-98.
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